Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Roundup with PW

Simon & Schuster Cancels Milo Yiannopoulos' Book
After enduring withering criticism since it was revealed in late December that it planned to publish a book by controversial Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos, Simon & Schuster said late Monday that it has canceled the release of 'Dangerous.'
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African Comic Books Find Their Footing : The locally produced titles are beginning to catch on with readers.

Why the 'Ladybird' Books Keep Selling: The 'Guardian' looks at the continued success of this tongue-in-cheek series of retro books that it says is now worth over 30 million pounds.

Inside a Black-Owned Indie Bookstore: The owner of the Philly-based Black and Nobel, Hakim Hopkins, says he's a self-avowed hustler who will always sell books.

Which Writers Should Debate Trump?: A LitHub writer offers up a list of 10 authors she would like to see debate the President.

A Look at This Year's Nebula Nominees: The titles up for the 2016 science fiction honors represent a diverse cross section of what's available in the genre.

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